afghanistan first. don't bother me with another war. >> i get that report, myself. >> but soon after that, within months, you know, they're talking to the commanders about putting together a war plan. >> by the end of 2001, i think the deal was on. >> look, yeah, one of the new documents we have in "hubris" in the documentary is the rumsfeld talking points for his meeting in november 2001. one of the talking points, how to start the war. >> you're right. >> what are we going to use as the pretext? >> already been done. michael, you guys are great. i could do this all night. michael, david, thank you. >> thank you, chris. >> i mean it. a big thank you for what you've written and what you've done. by the way, friday, as michael said, 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on msnbc a re-air of that terrific documentary "hubris" based on the book by these two great guys. michael isikoff and david corn and going to be presented by rachel maddow. after the documentary, a special panel to talk about the bush administration, how it misled the country, misled itself, getting us into that destructive war in iraq. that show is called "talking hubris." it airs at 10:00 this friday night. coming up, the cost of war. more than 100,000 iraqi civilians dead. nearly 4,500 americans dead. 32,000 americans wounded. what kind of care do those wounded americans get right now since they've been back stateside?